Everything for Your Home's
Beauty, Comfort & Convenience 384-2123
704 Jamestown St, Columbia
Dr. Ronald P. Rogers
Support for your body's natural healing capabilities
Click here for details
Columbia Walmart Supercenter
Open 24 Hours
Click here for information
Real Estate & Auction Co.
Duo County Telecom
Now Available Through
Your Cable Service!
GUN & PAWN
What's Going On
Info about the
Janice Holt Giles
and Henry Giles Society
Columbia Gas Dept.
GAS LEAK or GAS SMELL
24 hrs/ 365 days
270-384-2006 or 9-1-1
Call before you dig
Directory of Churches
phone numbers and more
for churches in Adair County
Fouser Sustainability Lab to be dedicated Wed 28 Sep 2016
LWC HOMECOMING WEEK EVENT: Lab is named for Columbia native and her late husband, Charles Fouser, both graduates of Lindsey Wilson. Reminder of this event is in CM EVENTS.
Click on headline for complete story
By Travis Smith
News from Lindsey Wilson College
The Dedication of the Fouser Sustainability Lab will take place at 10amCT on Wednesday, September 28 at the Jim & Helen Lee Fugitte Science Center, Room 329, 411 Helen Flatt Drive, Columbia, KY, on the A.P. White Campus of Lindsey Wilson College. The event is part of the 2016 Homecoming Week Celebration.
The Sustainability Lab is being dedicated in recognition of Fouser Environmental's support of LWC's Sustainability and Energy Applications Program.
Nancy Fouser, a '62 alumna of LWC, is the owner of Fouser Environmental. Fouser, a native of Columbia, Kentucky, now lives in Versailles, KY. Fouser started the company with her late husband Charles E. Fouser in 1989. Fouser's three children, Paul "Ray" Fouser, Ellen Gormley and Ted Fouser, all hold positions in the company.
Nancy and Charles both attended Lindsey Wilson College and graduated in 1962. Nancy was a member of the LWC training school.
"Charles and I both shared a passion for environmental issues as well as Lindsey Wilson College," said Fouser. "Our support is a way of helping advance a field that's so important at a college and community that mean so much to me."
Fouser is encouraged at the growing field of sustainability and is positive about the future.
"When we first started the company back in the 80s, you'd hear people talk about environmental issues in a very narrow way," said Fouser. "Today I feel like people understand the importance of sustainability more and it's encouraging to see schools like Lindsey Wilson College taking steps to educate young minds on improving our world."
This story was posted on 2016-09-27 03:33:20
Printable: this page is now automatically formatted for printing.
Have comments or corrections for this story? Use our contact form and let us know.
To sponsor news and features on ColumbiaMagazine, please use our contact form.